International Master’s Programme in Philosophy
The Department of Philosophy is looking forward to applications for its International Master’s Programme in Philosophy. The application deadline is April 16th 2014.
General admission requirements:
- Bachelor's degree or equivalent in humanities, social sciences or natural sciences
- English language proficiency
Master’s students will be integrated into department’s research projects. By joining a research group, students will be able to participate in a number of research activities and they will thereby acquire in an international environment the skills needed to formulate, analyse and discuss philosophical problems. The largest research project of the Department of Philosophy for 2014-2020 is “Disagreements: Philosophical Analysis”.
Students with a background in philosophy as well as students from other disciplines are welcome to apply. For example, a student of linguistics could enroll and study philosophy of language, mathematicians can study the philosophy of mathematics or logic, biologists and can work on bioethics. We particularly welcome students with research interests in the range of the department’s IUT project “Disagreements: Philosophical Analysis”.
Ten best applicants will be offered a tuition-waiver scholarship which covers the tuition fee (1760 euros per semester) of students who study full time. Newly admitted students are considered for a monthly stipend of 288 euros (paid September-May). In addition, the Department of Philosophy provides living expenses scholarships (200 euros per month) to the five best candidates. Students from Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia, Moldova, Belarus, Azerbaijan or Afghanistan can apply for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs scholarship
Read more about the Master’s Programme in Philosophy.
Contact: vivian.bohl [ät] ut.ee